Exploring Quantum Physics in a Fun Way!

In summary, quantum physics is a hard topic that people in the room found difficult to take in. However, I found it easy to understand and loved the minutiae.
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The Bob
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Quantum Physics...

And you thought this thread was going to be serious.

Anyway ... finally, today quantum physics was started in my college lectures. Most people in the room hated the sound of it but I was ready to go.

After the lesson my friend said 'I didn't realize quantum physics would be...' and then he stopped. So here is what the thread is about.

Finish the sentence above.

I don't know how long this thread will last but knowing my luck it will not be very long at all. Oh well. :biggrin:

Here is the start then:

I didn't realize quantum physics would be as fun as ripping my trousers off and dancing in the street.

The Bob (2004 ©)
 
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I didn't realize quantum physics would be as fun as watching The Bob rip his trousers off and dance in the street. :smile:
 
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I didn't realize quantum physics would be this easy to understand.
 
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So whatwas the first course about?Wanna compare with mine.

Daniel.
 
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'I didn't realize quantum physics would be... sooo easy like your girlfriend.
 
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dextercioby said:
So what was the first course about? Wanna compare with mine.
Well we have been doing Youngs Modulus and a basic level and Communications on a basic level also. Waves has been taught but nothing on quantum physics (or as they have written it, 'Quantum Behaviour'). Just been waiting to get down to the smaller things in life for a while. :biggrin:

The Bob (2004 ©)
 
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I didn't realize quantum physics was so SASSY!

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The Rev
 
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The Bob said:
Well we have been doing Youngs Modulus and a basic level and Communications on a basic level also. Waves has been taught but nothing on quantum physics (or as they have written it, 'Quantum Behaviour'). Just been waiting to get down to the smaller things in life for a while. :biggrin:

The Bob (2004 ©)

My first course on QM dealt with preHilbert spaces,metric,normed and complete spaces,all these only to introduce the concept of Hilbert space...

Daniel.
 
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I didn't realize quantum physics would be-come such a well respected field that people would actually make threads about what they didn't realize it would be.
 
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I didn't realize quantum physics would be so much... minutiae.
 
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I didn't realize quantum physics would be so much...wait...if I have not yet realized, then my thought exists in a superposition of eigenthoughts...and by realizing, I have collapsed it into a definite thought...hence the act of realizing has actually affected the outcome of my thinking...darn, that's nothing new. :grumpy: <yawn>
 
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I didn't realize quantum physics would be as fun as listing to the song She Blinded Me with Science by Thomas Dolby. (That means i thought it was crazy)

Fibonacci

(in a good way)
 
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Actually, I'm uncertain about what I didn't realize quantum physics would be.
 
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I didn't realize Quantum Physics is spelled Quantum [itex]P\hbar ysics[/itex]
 
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jtbell said:
Actually, I'm uncertain about what I didn't realize quantum physics would be.

Laugh. Good one.

:rofl:
 
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jtbell said:
Actually, I'm uncertain about what I didn't realize quantum physics would be.
Strange twist on the idea, a funny variation on a theme.

The Bob (2004 ©)
 

What is quantum physics?

Quantum physics is a branch of physics that studies the behavior of matter and energy on a very small scale, such as atoms and subatomic particles. It is based on the principles of quantum mechanics, which describe the probabilistic nature of particles and their interactions.

Why is quantum physics important?

Quantum physics has had a huge impact on our understanding of the universe and has led to many technological advancements, such as computers, lasers, and medical imaging. It also helps explain the behavior of matter and energy at a fundamental level and has opened up new areas of research and discovery.

Is quantum physics difficult to understand?

Quantum physics can be challenging to grasp because it deals with concepts that are not intuitive to our everyday experiences. However, with the right approach and resources, it can be understood and appreciated by people of all backgrounds.

What are some fun ways to learn about quantum physics?

There are many fun and engaging ways to learn about quantum physics, such as through interactive simulations, hands-on experiments, and games. You can also watch videos, read books, or attend lectures and workshops on the subject.

How can I apply quantum physics in my daily life?

Quantum physics has already been applied in various technologies, but its principles can also be seen in our daily lives. For example, the concept of superposition can be seen in the functioning of computer memory, and the principle of entanglement is used in quantum cryptography for secure communication.

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